In The Press

The Wells Fargo Fiasco and the Complications of Internal Fraud Reporting

False Claims Act, Financial Fraud, In The Press, Whistleblower

It is worth repeating a thousand times: Internal reporting is no substitute for external authority of whistleblowers to Act under...

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Taking It to the Bank: Wells Fargo Fined $185 Million For Creating Phony Customers

False Claims Act, In The Press, News, Whistleblower

So you still think banks should be allowed to regulate themselves? Still not convinced that the biggest banks in the...

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Refusing SEC Reward Money: Noble Act or Whistleblower Deterrent?

False Claims Act, Financial Fraud, In The Press, News, Whistleblower

There were two big stories about Security Exchange Comission (SEC) whistleblower rewards in the last couple of weeks. The SEC proudly...

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Breaking Down The Supreme Court’s Decision on Implied Certification Theory

False Claims Act, In The Press, News, Whistleblower

I’m indebted to Stephen Jaffe of the Jaffe Law firm in San Francisco, California for sharing his work on his...

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Whistleblowing Hot Air: EPA Methane Emissions Monitoring Controversy

False Claims Act, In The Press, News, Whistleblower

There are many problems with fraud committed against the United States and sometimes they can be well addressed by the...

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